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This hotel was a fantastic find! Nice and comfortable room with great staff ready to help with anything you need. Best of all, there is an open courtyard in the middle for being able to relax outside with some fresh air, right next to their...More
My daughter and I were in LA for four days for college tours. This hotel was perfect for us. We loved the courtyard and the breakfast. Our room size was just fine for us. We had space for our luggage and to easily move around....More
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Response from Grissel B, Front Office Manager at Hotel Beverly TerraceResponded 28 July 2017
What a great time in your daughter's life! We're delighted that you enjoyed your stay with us. Our goal is to create a great experience for our guests and we are so glad that we were able to provide that for you. Especially on this...More
Checked in yesterday evening, gave valet our newly purchased car to park. This morning, car pulls up front interior is completely soaked (it rained heavily previous night) and driver side rear bumper is scratched and almost unhinged and rear driver tail light is also scratched....More
Very friendly staff. I really liked the style of the hotel and the beautiful internal patio. Rooms are not super big but the staying was good with all what you need. Nice and casual restaurants in the area.
We chose this hotel because of its proximity to the Troubadour. Small rooms but very clean and we found it to be quiet. The staff, especially Carlos, were wonderful. They were very attentive to every detail! Would definitely stay here again.
Beverly Hills began as a modest village years ago and today you can still feel its small town origins, even though it has become a major tourist attraction and business center for the entertainment industry. This town lives up to its reputation as an area full of designer retail stores and residential streets lined with mansions and palm trees. Inside the commercial center of Beverly Hills, along Rodeo Drive, droves of
tourists peak into ultra-luxurious boutiques hoping to catch a glimpse of someone famous. Off of Rodeo Drive however is where some of the most affluent Angelenos occupying the streets of Beverly Hills come for leisurely meals, power lunches and beauty treatments.
I'm not sure about the hop on/hop off bus, but Rodeo Drive and West Hollywood are both walk-able form this hotel. There are many restaurants and cafes on Melrose Avenue is West Hollywood that we walked to from the hotel... More
I'm not sure about the hop on/hop off bus, but Rodeo Drive and West Hollywood are both walk-able form this hotel. There are many restaurants and cafes on Melrose Avenue is West Hollywood that we walked to from the hotel. (Verve Coffee, Gracias Madre, Alfred's in the Alley, Sur, Craigs, Catch LA, Tortilla Republic and more). We used uber or lyft for anything further away such as Hollywood and Santa Monica.